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finished product..

looked like this yesterday


roll pan was on and painted, however the lines around the side were jacked up (And very hard to fix btw lol) and it sat too high so i couldnt open my tailgate without hitting it. also my taillights kinda bugged me and i had a few near empty cans of VHT nightshades sitting around and a lot of clear coat lol

this is what i came up with



i can honestly say ive never been this happy with my truck :)

oh and wired up the license plate light lol
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One word... WOW . sexy truck!
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i don't usually like roll pans on lifted trucks but that looks awesome
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ur lines still look messed up...did u fix them?
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ur lines still look messed up...did u fix them?
yup. its the same on both sides now. i couldnt find a way to taper it down around the sides so a small point where the angles meet will suffice.
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ok....cause i was looking at the before and after like "what the hell did he change"...lol
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if you look closely at the before pics you can see my tape off line isnt even totally straight lol. look very close. and the angles on either side where it starts going down the side of the truck were messed up. and not hte same on both sides lol. but now they are :)
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Looking good man. Nice rig.
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Looks awesome man!!!
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make me one ! lol
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looks amazing. you remind me off myself..im always finding little projects and things I can paint, yours looks 100x cleaner than mine tho
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Those tail lights look bad *** now.
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im not usually a fan of rollpans but that looks killer on there man, great work!
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nice!
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Those lights went from ugly (imo) to great looking.

I like the extra paint/bedliner you did across the bottom of the rollpan. It remonds me of a cobra rear bumper compared to a GT.

Nice work.
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dayyyuummm
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What's the longest anything has stayed the same on your truck? LOL
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I like that. Nice work.
U should also paint the crevice between the bottom of the tailgate and top of the rollpan. I painted that area black on mine and it looks way better in lighting where it can be seen (like at night when the back of your truk is lit up by headlights from another car). It seems like something minor but it actually makes a big difference. It can also be done on bumpere'd trucks
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Looks good ty, but you shouldn't have painted the tails. That doesn't look good IMO. It defeats the purpose of having bright taillights and being visible and noticed at night. Which is why I'll never tint my tails, I want my L1224R's right in someone's face when I brake, so they know I'm braking and no dispute can never be said like "I couldn't see he had his brake lights on, which is why I rear ended him"
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yup. its the same on both sides now. i couldnt find a way to taper it down around the sides so a small point where the angles meet will suffice.
1/4" masking tape and rounding the edges wasn't an option?
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that really came out great. looks good.
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sexy truck, i want a roll pan so bad. this may sound weird but your truck is now my background for i bit because i love it so much!
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Looks nice man.
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Damn you, I been wanting a rollpan so bad!
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I dig it Ty. Where did you get your rollpan?
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